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UNU Workshop

Workshop on Environmental Science Research Field Study

hosted by the Department of Environmental Science Royal University of Phnom Penh and The United Nations University, and supported by Mitsui & Co., Ltd. Environment Fund

25 July, 2009
Cambodia Japan Cooperation Center(CJCC) Conference Hall,
Royal University of Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Supported by Mitsui & Co., Ltd. Environment Fund


Registration 08:00

National Anthem 08:55 Play

Open Session

09:00 Welcome Speech
Dr. Neth Barom, RUPP Vice Rector Seak Sophat

09:30- Congratulatory remark
Mr. Ken-ichi Nakahara, Director, Phnom Penh Office, Mitsui & Co., Ltd

09:15 Opening Speech
by H.E Pith Channan, Representative of Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport

Coffee Break

Technical session - Stakeholders Involvement in Environmental research

09:45 Project Outline
Dr. Fukuya Iino, UNU Institute for Sustainability and Peace

10:15 LESTARI-UKM: Collaborative Research on Climate Change (5.7MB)
Mr. Tan Ching Tiong
Research Officer, Southeast Asia Disaster Prevention Research Institute (SEADPRI), Institute for Environment & Development (LESTARI), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

11:00- 11:45 Environmental Research in Cambodia –An NGO Perspective (2.4MB)
Andrew Shantz, RDI Cambodia

Lunch Break

Student Presentation 1
14:00- Rain Harvesting Techniques Systems in Cambodia (5.3MB)
Penh Socheat

Student Presentation 2
14:45- Unsustainable fuelwool demand and carbon credits of natural forest. A case study in Phnom Chumriey, Kampong Chhnang Province. (1.9MB)
Cheng Ngov Veng

Student Presentation 3
15:30- The use of Local Knowledge In Biodiversity Conservation. Case study in O’Som & Kien Chungruk Village, O’Som Commune, Posat Province.
Kheang Seangly

16:15- Evaluators’ overall comments

16:45-17:00 RUPP/DES Closing Message


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